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Earls restaurants now offering grocery delivery service

You can now cook your own meals at home with groceries delivered from Earls restaurants.
Image Credit: INSTAGRAM / Earls Restaurant
March 31, 2020 - 11:00 AM

While restaurants are shut and grocery stores are low on essentials, individuals and businesses are coming up with ways to stay afloat while feeding the population.

From thwarted businesses that now offer by-donation meals to truckers to food trucks serving neighbourhoods, food businesses are doing what they can to fill service gaps and continue to bring in revenue.

Earls is also adjusting to the changes by offering their own grocery service in light of the COVID-19 crisis. There are locations in Kamloops, Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon where you may be able to take advantage of the new service. 

Launched yesterday, they offer packages of raw produce, meats, pantry essentials, and a vegetarian package. They also have individual items like flour, coffee, maple syrup, sauces and ribs. Oh, and you can even score toilet paper and soap.

You can choose which package or items you prefer and have the items delivered to your door.

For the $50 produce package, you’ll receive carrots, celery, tomatoes, asparagus, potatoes, red peppers, lettuce, herbs and more.

They also have a  meat package, a vegetarian package along with add-ons like fettuccine noodles, quinoa, jasmine rice, flour, baking soda and powder, olive oil and more for $30.

Credit: FACEBOOK / Earls Kamloops

There are options as well for make-your-own pizzas and pan bread, and you can also pick up prepared meals.

As an extra sweet treat, you can grab a roll of toilet paper for $1.

You'll get 20 per cent off the order if you're picking the groceries up. Select locations will also include drink bundles. Call your nearest location to ask about the service.

This move comes at a time when the restaurant industry is trying to prepare and adjust to the massive changes from the global virus.

One Table has been working in conjunction with Restaurants Canada and Save Hospitality to give advice to restaurant owners and employees on how to navigate this situation and come out with their business afloat. Together, the services are asking the Canadian government for immediate relief, immediate protection and help to reopen.

Credit: YOUTUBE / One Table

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